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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

 

Researchers say American children now eat an average of three snacks a day between meals. A study found that those snacks add up to almost one-third of all the daily calories eaten by children. And those extra calories could help explain the rise in overweight children in the United States.

 

The study was done at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The researchers studied the diets of thirty-one thousand children ages two to eighteen over a thirty-year period.

 

They found that snacking has increased since the nineteen seventies. And what kinds of snacks have increased the most? Salty, high-fat foods like chips.

 

The study also found greater snacking on cake, cookies and other treats that past generations might have saved for after dinner.

 

The study is in the journal Health Affairs. Nutrition professor Barry Popkin was the lead investigator. He says parents should limit snacks to one a day for children age six and older. He also advises parents and caregivers to provide healthy snacks like fruits and vegetables.

 

Professor Popkin says American schools also need to improve their nutrition. For example, schools may have vending machines that offer what many people would consider junk food.

 

There has been a push for schools to offer more healthful snacks and lunch choices and fewer sugary drinks.

 

Earlier this month Coca-Cola said it would stop selling sugary drinks in American schools unless parents requested them. Its competitors at Pepsi just announced that they will stop sales of sugared drinks to schools worldwide.

 

America's top public health officer wants to see more changes like this. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin recently spoke to lawmakers about making healthy foods more available.

 

REGINA BENJAMIN: "There is a growing consensus that we as a nation need to recreate our communities and environments where healthy choices are the easy choices and the affordable choices.”

 

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack -- who has talked about his own childhood struggles with weight -- agrees about the need.

 

TOM VILSACK: “We need to do a much better job of making sure that what's in those vending machines is very consistent. We think that the time has come for standards."

 

First lady Michelle Obama is leading a campaign to fight childhood obesity. Public health officials reported in January that seventeen percent of American children are severely overweight.

 

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Caty Weaver. For more health news, and to comment on our stories, visit us at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.

 

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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Researchers say American children now eat an average of three snacks a day between meals. A study found that those snacks add up to almost 1/3 of all the daily calories eating by children. And those extra calories could help explain the raise in overweight in the United States.

The study was them at the University of North Carolina at C.H. The researchers studied the diets of 31,000 children ages two to eighteen over a thirty year period. That found that snaking has increased since the 1970s.

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Nutrition professor Berry Pomp King was the lead investigator. He says parents should limit snacks to one a day for children age six and older.

He also advices parents and care givers to provide healthy snacks like foods and vegetables. Professor Pomp King says American schools also need to improve their nutrition. For example school may have vending machines that offer what many people would consider junk food.

They have been a push for schools to offer more health food snacks and lunch choices and fewer sugaring drinks.

Earlier this month, Coca Cola said it would stop selling sugaring drinks in the American schools unless parents request them. Its competitive at * just announce that they will stop sells of sugared drinks to schools worldwide.

America’s top public health officer wants to see more changes like this. Surgeon General R.B. recently spoke to law makers about making healthy foods more available.

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Agriculture Secretary Tom W. who has talked about his own child who struggles with weight agrees about the need.

- We need to do a much better job, making sure what’s in the vending machines is very consistent. We think that the time is coming for food standard.

First Lady Michelle Obama is leading a campaign to fight childhood obesity. Public Health Officials reported in January that 17% of American children are severely overweight.

And that’s the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Kitty Weaver. For more health news and to comment on our stories visit us at voaspecialenglish.com, I’m Steve Ember.





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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Researchers say American children now eat an average of three snacks a day between meals. A study found that those snacks add up to almost 1/3 of all the daily calories eaten by children. And those extra calories could help explain the rise in overweight children in the United States.

The study was done at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The researchers studied the diets of 31,000 children ages two to eighteen over a thirty year period. They found that snacking has increased since the 1970s.

And what kinds of snacks have increased the most, salty high fat foods like chips. The study also found greater snacking on cakes, cookies and other treats that past generations might have saved for after dinner. The study is in the journal Health Affairs.

Nutrition professor Barry Popkin was the lead investigator. He says parents should limit snacks to one a day for children age six and older.

He also advises parents and caregivers to provide healthy snacks like fruits and vegetables. Professor Popkin says American schools also need to improve their nutrition. For example schools may have vending machines that offer what many people would consider junk food.

There has been a push for schools to offer more healthful snacks and lunch choices and fewer sugary drinks.

Earlier this month, Coca Cola said it would stop selling sugary drinks in the American schools unless parents requested them. Its competitors at Pepsi just announced that they will stop sales(sell
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America’s top public health officer wants to see more changes like this. Surgeon General Reginald Benjamin recently spoke to lawmakers about making healthy foods more available.

There is a growing consensus that we, as a nation, need to recreate our communities and our environments where the healthy choices are the easy choices and the affordable choices.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack who has talked about his own childhood / struggles with weight agrees about the need.

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First Lady Michelle Obama is leading a campaign to fight childhood obesity. Public health officials reported in January that 17% of American children are severely overweight.

And that’s the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Kitty Weaver. For more health news and to comment on our stories, visit us at voaspecialenglish.com, I’m Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.
Researchers say American children now eat an average of three snacks a day between meals. A study found those snacks add up to almost one-third of all the daily calories eaten by children. And those extra calories could help explain the rise in overweight children in the United States.
The study was done at the University of North Carolina, at Chabo Hill. The researchers study the diets of 31,000 children ages 2 to 18 over a 30 year period. They found snacking has increased since the 1970s.
And what kinds of snacks have increased the most softy high fed foods like chips. The study also found the greater snacking on cake, cookies and other trees that pass generations might saved after dinner. The study is in the journal: Health the Fears.
Nutrition professor Bare Popogen was the lead investigators. He says parents should limit snacks to one a day for children age 6 and older. He also advises parents and care-givers to provide health snacks like fruits and vegetables. Professor Popogen says American schools also need improve their nutrition. For example, schools may have finding machines that offer what many people would consider drunk food. There has been a push for schools to offer more healthy full snacks and lunch choices and fewer sugary drinks.
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Segen general Regina Bengemen recently spoke to lawmakers about making healthy foods more available.
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First lady Michelle Obama is leading a campaign to fight childrenhood obesity. Pubilc health officials reported in January, that 17 percent of American children are / overweight.
And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Kitty Waver. For more health news and to common on our stories, visit us at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steven Ember.

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  This is the VOA special English health report.

  Researchers say American children now eat an average of three snacks a day between meals. A study found that those snacks end up to almost one third all the daily calories eaten by children. And those extra calories could help explain the rise in overweight children in the United States. The study was done at the University of North Carolina at Chapoheil. The researchers study the diets of 31,000 children ages 2 to 18 over a 30 year period. The found that snacking has increased since the 1970s.

And what kinds of snacks have increased most? Salty high fat foods like chips. The study also found a greater snacking on cake, cookies and other treats that past generations might have saved for after dinner.

  The study is in the journal health affairs. Nutrition professor Berry Papkon was the lead investigator. He says parents should limit snacks to one a day for children age 6 and older. He also advises parents and care givers to provide healthy snacks like foods and vegetables.

  Professor Papkon says American schools also need to improve their nutrition. For example, schools may have vending machines that offer what many people would consider junk food. There has been a push for schools to offer more healthful snacks and lunch choices and fewer sugary drinks.

  Earlier this month, Coca Cola said it would stop selling sugary drinks in American schools unless parents request that. Its competitors at Pepsi just announced they will stop sails sub sugared drinks to schools worldwide.

  America’s top public health officer wants to see more changes like this. Surgeon General Rigena Benjamin recently spoke to lawmakers about making healthy foods more available.

  There is a growing consentience that we as a nation need to recreate our communities and our environments. What the healthy choices are the easy choices and the affordable choices.

  Agriculture secretary Tom Willseck who has talked about his own childhood struggles with weight agrees about the need.

  We need to do a much better job, making sure what’s in the vending machines is very consistent. We think the time is come for standards.

  First lady Michelle Obama is leading a campaign to fight childhood obesity. Public health officials reported January that 17% of American children are severely overweight.

  And that’s the VOA special English health report, written by Kitty Weaver. For more health news and to comment on our stories visit us at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA special English Health Report.
Reseachers say American children now eat an average three snacks a day between meals.A study found those that snacks added up to almost one third of all the daily calories eaten by children.And those extra calories could help explain the rise in the overweight children in the United States.The study was done at the university of North Calolina at C.H.The reseachers study the diet of 31 thousand children ages two to eighteen over a thirty-year period.They found that snacking has inreased since the 1970s.And what kind of snacks has incresed the most? S high fatty foods like chips.The study also found the greater snacking on cakes,cookies and other t that tast generations might serve after dinner.The study is in the general health affairs.Nutrition professor is the lead investigator.He says parents should limit the snacks to one a day for children age six or older.

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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

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Earlier this month, Coke-Cola said it would stop selling sugary drinks in American schools unless parents request them. Its competitors at Pepsi just announced that they will stop sells of sugared drinks to schools worldwide.

American's top public care officer wants to see more changes like this. * general RB recently spoke to lawmakers about making health foods more available.

"Its growing consists that we as our nation need recreate our communities and our environments. What the healthy choices are the easy choices in the affordable choices."

Agriculture Secretary Tom B who has talked about his own childhood struggles with weight agrees about the need.

"We need to do a much better job to making sure what in these machine are very consistent. We think it's the time is come, for standards."

First Lady Michel Obama is leading a campaign to fight childhood obesity. Public health officials reported in January that seventeen percent of American children are severely overweight.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Katy Weaver. For more health news and to comment on our stories visit us at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Researchers say American children now eat an averge of three snacks a day between meals. A study found that those snacks add up to almost 1/3 of the daily calories eaten by children. And those extra calories could help explain the rise in overweight children in the United States. The study was done at the University of North--  at Chapel Hill. The researchers study the diets of 31,000 children ages 2 to 18 over a 30-year period. They found that snacking has increased since the 1970s. And what of kinds of snacks have increased the most ? Salty high fat foods, like chips. The study also found greater snacking on cake, cooks and other treats that passed generations might have saved for after dinner. The study is in the journal of Health Affairs.

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Surgeon General Regina Benjamin recently sopke to lawmakers about making healthy foods more available . It's a  growing consist that we, as a nation ,need recreate our communities and our environments where the health choices,or the easy choices and affortable choices.

Agriculture Secretary Tom W. who has talked about his own child who struggles with weight agrees about the need.We need to do a much better job making sure what’s in the vending machines is very consistent. We think that the time is come for food standers.

First Lady ,Michel Obama is leading a campaign to fight childhood obesity. Public Health Officials reported in January that 17% of American children are severely overweight.






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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Researchs say American children now eat an average of three snacks a day between meals. A study found that those snacks add up to almost one third of all the dayly calories eaten by children. And those extra calories could  help explain the rise in overweight children in the United States.

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This is VOA Special English Health Report.


Researchers say American children now eat an average of three snacks a day betweem meals. A study found that those snacks add up to almost one third of all the daily calories eaten by children. And those extra calories could help explane the rise in overweight children in the United States.

The study was done at the University of North Calorlina at Chapohil. The researchers study the diets of 31 thousand children aged 2 to 18 over a 13 years period. They found that snacking has  increased since the 1970s.

And what kinds of snacks has increased most? Softy high fat food, like chips. The study also found the greater snackings on cakes, cookies and other treats that pastnews:/s/ generations might have saved after dinner.

The study is in the genera health a. Nutrient professor Barry Parken was the lead investigator. He says parents should limited snacks to one a day for children aged 6 and older. He also advices parents and care givers to provide healthy snack like fruits and vegetables.

Professor Parken says American schools also need to improve their nutrients. There has been a push for schools to offer more healthful snacks and lunch choices and fewer sugary drink.

Earlier this month, Coca-cola said it would sotp selling  sugary drinks in American schools unless parents requist them. Its competitor Pepsy just announced that they would stop sells of sugary drinks to schools world wide. American's top public health care officer wants to see more changes like these. Surgen general Raggina Benjamin rencently  spoke to law makers about making healthy food more available.

"It's a growing conscience that we as a nation need to recreact our communnities and  environments. What's the healthy choices, are the easy choices and affordable choices."

Agriculture secretary Tom Bill said who has told about his own childhood strugle with weight agrees about the needs.

"We need to do a much better job of making sure was it in the vender machine is very consistent. We think that the time is come for standards."

First lady Michelle Obama is leading a compaign to fight childhood obesity.  Public health professors reported in January that 17% of American children are severely  overweight.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Katy Weaver. For more health news and to comment on our stories visit us at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.
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Researchers say America childern now eat at average of 3 * a day between meals. A study found that those * had up to almost 1/3 of all of day's calaries eaten by children. And those extra calaries could help explain the rise in overweight children in the United States. The study was done at the University of North * at * Hill. The researchers studied the diets of 31,000 children ages 2 to 18 over a 30 year period. They found that * has increased since the 1970s. And what kinds of * have increased the most? Salty high fat foods like chips. The study also found greater * on cake, cookies, and other chips that past generations * saved by after dinner.

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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Researchers say American children now eat an average of three snacks a day between meals. A study found that those snacks add up to almost one third of all the daily calories eaten by children. And those extreme calories could help explain the rise in overweight children in the United States.

The study was done at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The researchers study the diets of thirty one thousand children ages two to eighteen over a thirty year period. They found that snacking has increased since the 1970s. And what kinds of snacks have increased the most salty high fat foods like chips. The study also found greater snacking on cake, cookies and other treats that t- generations might be saved for after dinner. The study is in the journal Health the Fares.

Nutrition professor Berry P- was the lead investigator. He says parents should limit snacks to one a day for children age six and older. He also - by these parents and care givers to provide healthy snacks like foods and vegetables. Professor P- says American schools also need to improve their nutrition. For example, schools may have winding machines that offer what many people would consider junk food. There have been a push for schools to offer more health food snacks and lunch choices and fewer sugary drinks.

Earlier this month Cocacola said it would stop selling sugary drinks in the American schools unless parents request them. Its competitor said Pepsi just announced that they would stop sales of sugared drinks to schools worldwide. America's top public health officer wants to see more changes like this.

Surgeon General R- recently spoke to law makers about making healthy foods more available. "These growing consentience that we as a nation need recreate our communities and our environment, what a healthy choices, or the easy choices and affordable choices."

Agriculture Secretary Tom - who has talked about his own child who struggles with weight agrees about the need. "We need to do a much better job making sure the - is very consistent. We think that the time is come for food standards."

First lady, Michelle Obama is leading a campaign to fight childhood obesity. Public Health Officials reported in January that 17 percent of American children are severely overweight.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by C- Weaver. For more healthy news and to comment on our stories visist us at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.
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This is VOA Special English Health Report.

Researchers say American children now eat an average of three snacks a day between meals. A study found that those snacks add up to almost one third of all the daily calories eaten by children. And those extra calories could help explain the raise in overweight children in the United States.

The study was done at the University of North C... at C. The researchers studied the diets of 31 thousand children ages two to eighteen overall a thirty year period. They found that snacking has increased since the 1970s. And what kinds of snacks have increased most? Salty high fat food like chips. The study also found the greater snacking on cake, cookies and other chips that past generations m... save for after dinner. The study is in the General Health Affairs.

Nutrition professor Berry P.. was the lead investigator. He says parents should limit snacks to one a day for children age six and older. He also advised parents and the caregivers to provide healthy snacks like fruits and vegetables.

Professor P says American schools also need to improve their nutrition. For example, schools may have ..ing machines that offer what many people would consider junk food. There has been a push for schools to offer more healthful snacks and lunch choices and fewer sugary drinks.
Earlier this month, Coca Cola said it would stop selling sugary drinks in American schools unless parents request them. Its competitor at K just announced that they will stop sales of sugar drinks to schools worldwide.
America's top public health officer wants to see more changes like this. Surgeon General R.. Benjamin recently spoke to law makers about making heathy foods more available.
This growing concerns that we, as a nation need to recreate our communities in our environments where the healthy choices or the easy choices and the choices.
Agriculture secretary Tom.. who has talked about his own childhood struggles with weight agrees about the need.
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First Lady Michel Obama is leading a campaign to fight childhood obesity. Public officials reported in January that 17 percent of American children are severely overweight.
And that's the VOA special English health Report.

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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.
Researchers say American children now eat an average of 3 snacks a day between meals. A study found that those snacks add up to almost 1/3 of all the daily calories eaten by children. And those extra calories could help explain the rise in overweight children in the United States. The study was done at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The researchers study the diets of thirty one thousand children ages 2 to 18 over a 30-year period. They found that snacking has increased since the 1970s. And what kinds of snacks have been increased the most salty high fat foods like chips.
The study also found greater snacking on cake, cookies and other trips that pass generations might save for after dinner. The study is in the Journal Health Affairs.  
Nutrition professor Berry Pupcan was the lead investigator. He says parents should limit snacks to one a day for children age 6 and older. He also advises parents and caregivers to provide healthy snacks like fruits and vegetables.
Professor Pupcan says Americans schools also need to improve their nutrition. For example, schools may have vending machines that offer what many people would consider junk food. There has been a push for schools to offer more healthful snacks and lunch choices and fewer sugary drinks.
Earlier this month, Coca-cola said it would stop selling sugary drinks in American schools unless parents requested them. Its competitors at Pepsi just announce that they will stop sales of sugared drinks to schools worldwide.
America's Top Public Health Official wants to see more changes like this. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin recently spoke to lawmakers about making healthy foods more available.
This growing *, we, as a nation, need to recreate our communities and our environments, what the healthy choices, other easy choices, and the affordable choices.
Agriculture secretary Tom Billsack who has talked about his own childhood struggles with weight agrees about the need.
We need to do a much better job making sure ** very consistent. And we think the time is come for food standards.
First lady Michelle Obama is leading a campaign to fight childhood obesity. Public Health Officials reported in January that 17% of American children are severely overweight.
And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, witten by Caty Weaver. For more health news and to comment on our stories, visit us at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.



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